Starting at the Bank in the City of London, the Mass makes its way through the East End, watched by a police helicopter. On arriving at 'Custom House' Docklands Light Railway station, one of the main entrances to the Arms Fair, riders stay for a while and then decide to go to a local cafe for a cup of tea. The cafe owner there is sympathetic to the riders and is against the Arms Fair.
Moving on, the way is blocked by police while there is an attempt to free some protesters who have locked themselves together but the decision is then made to let the Mass through. Finally, there is a meet-up with protesters on foot on Silvertown Way bridge and there they have a street party.
For more information about the Arms Fair: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2005/09/322916.html
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